August 2, 2015
I have lived in Delaware for over 6 yrs now and just started back to mountain biking after a 6.5 year hiatus.
I did not think there was any where to ride until I found this place.
Plenty of climbing and a few technical areas with some drops and log hops. But nothing a beginner can not handle and learn from.
Lots of solatude out on these trails. I have not seen many people on most of my lone rides
The trails are fast so be ready and do not ride beyond your skill level , because the rocks are hard.
May 18, 2014
So I rode this trail today. What a great time! I didn't think you could get this much elevation in Delaware, but they did it!
Technical with fast and flowy downhills, woops, wood bridges over steep drops, a skills trail that started with a wood bridge bound by rope into a steep drop with a stone down ramp. Then move into the next area which was a series of skinnies and stone beds. Hucks, ramps, and logs.
Climbs are long and steady. It's no Pisgah in elevation by any stretch, but what a fun trail. If you're ever in the area-I recommend it.
$6 parking per out of state vehicle ($3 for in state vehicles).
August 12, 2009
Nice ride. Three different loops allow you to string together a couple laps to get distance without riding the same trail over and over. Nice combination of tight turns and sweeping straights. Definitely a fun ride, , even if it isn't too challenging. Good place to bring friends who want to get into it but don't know how to ride too well.
Special feature: HILLS! In Delaware! Crazy, right?
July 31, 2007
This is a fun ride, with steady climbs and decents, all singletrack with easy to moderate technicality. This is my new favorite place for SE PA. Ride took 90-120 minutes total, with stops for drinks and a rest here and there.
Patapsco outside MD, French Creek State Park
White Clay Creek State Park Triple Loop MTB Trail
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based on 4 ratings.
4 user reviews.